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Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.
What's the point

What’s the point: Serverless Framework update, Clojure refresh

Serverless Framework has hit v1.35, with two new features, and five bug fixes the firm behind it announced. First up is local invoke Ruby support for AWS Lambda Ruby runtimes,...
Oracle cloud native

A serverless, blockchain world? Yes, but let’s get Oracle customers cloud native first…

Chad Arimura has a vision of a world where blockchain and serverless computing combine so that functions can be downloaded from a marketplace and run on any cloud. If that...

Docker Store and Cloud shuttered – users sent to Hub

If you’re looking for the Docker Store today, don’t bother. It’s been bundled into Docker Hub as of this week, along with Docker cloud. The aim is to provide a...
GitHub updates status

GitHub greenlights revamped status page, after red (faced) October

GitHub has hit the green button on a new status page, just over a month after a catastrophic outage that showed its current mechanisms were just not up to...
GitLab bug bounty

GitLab offers hackers up to $12,000 in bug bounty programme

GitLab has gone public with details of its bug bounty programme, having doled out $200,000 over the last year to eager vuln spotters. This works out at roughly $1,000 per...
GitLab

GitLab says less is more for Christmas – serverless that is

GitLab will bundle serverless workloads into its core platform later this month, extending its Knative support and sealing a partnership with just launched serverless platform provider TriggerMesh. GitLab said it...
Cloudbees

CloudBees Xs up Jenkins, partners with Pivotal, peers into future

CloudBees has put Jenkins X to the fore in a raft of announcements at Kubecon this week, less than a year after the cloud native CI/CD project first saw...
Oracle cloud native

Oracle shows up at KubeCon bearing ‘comprehensive cloud native framework’

Oracle crashed the party at KubeCon today, promising to free developers from vendor lock-in with what it claims is the “most comprehensive cloud native framework”. The veteran enterprise software vendor...
Azure Container Service Retiring

Using the Azure Container Service? Not for long – it’s retiring

Microsoft will “retire” its Azure Container Service next month, in favour of its Kubernetes powered alternative. Microsoft debuted its Azure Container Service just two and a half years ago, describing...
Pivotal Function Service

Pivotal triggers launch of multi-cloud serverless platform

Pivotal made its move into serverless computing, claiming to be first to market with an open, multi-cloud serverless platform, albeit in alpha. Pivotal svp for Cloud R&D, Onsi Fakhouri, unveiled...